• Exhibition
  • Planning number
  • A36

Kanie lab

Presentation Group Representative : Norichika Kanie (Graduate School of Media and Governance)
  • Tokyo Midtown East B1F Hall
  • A36

Transdisciplinary research on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Person in Charge of the Project : Megumi Wada
Last September at United Nations in NY, all UN countries successfully adopted “Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).” This agenda aims to realize sustainable world including “No poverty” by 2030. Japanese government adopted it and established “SDGs promotion headquarters” under the Prime Minister. “SDGs promotion headquarters” tries to make ministries and agencies work in cooperation with relevant academic institutions to promote SDGs. Though, regretfully SDGs still does not have recognition in Japan. However, SDGs issues such as environmental protection, innovation, education, health, etc., concerns to every participant who joins our ORF. We would like you to know SDGs and find your interest field.

Campus SDGs

Person in Charge of the Project : Kosei Koike
We implemented the project namely "Campus SDGs" to raise the awareness of SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) in SFC campus. The purpose of Campus SDGs is to make every SFC student to recognize global issues like environmental protection and take an action to change our nearest community-our school campus SFC. After the project, we have documented a research report to evaluate and analyze how this project has given an impact to the raising awareness of SDGs. Raising awareness on SDGs is our first step to achieve the goal "Encouragement of SDGs recognition and taking actions towards global issues." During this ORF, we'll use posters to present the impact and result of Campus SDGs.

Olympic Legacy and Sustainability: From London to Rio de Janeiro, and to Tokyo

Person in Charge of the Project : Keita Kikuchi
Our research group focuses on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games and its sustainability. We have collected multi-dimensional data on the Games and its impacts and are developing a scheme to evaluate them from the viewpoint of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Drawing on various reports on the London 2012 Games and the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Games, as well as the available data on the Tokyo 2020 Games, our presentation discusses the meaning of "legacy" of the Olympic Games.

Transforming Our World: 2030

Person in Charge of the Project : Ke Shi
In September of 2015, the United Nations agreed upon the adoption of 17 Sustainable Development Goals. These goals look to put an end to problems such as poverty, tackle environmental and social issues, and look to achieve aspirations concerning various dimensions by the year 2030.We look at the implementation of the SDGs in specific countries like Japan, Swiss, Germany and China. Analyzing and comparing the tasks assigned to the area, as well as their current situation, as part of our research. We are trying to consider the new global environment governance according to the investigation results.

Localization of sustainable development goals (SDGs) - Towards the integration implementation of the fishery use and tourism of the coral reefs of Okinawa Onna -

Person in Charge of the Project : Toru Nishizawa
In this project, we focus on the problem of coexistence of Fishermen cooperative association to protect the Okinawa sea ecosystems and Tourism conflicts. Onna Village have the high level of interest for water quality preservation from earlier time. They have been making local rules but the people who don't know about the rules from the marine leisure from other district, business operator has increased so the situation to damage the fishing ground occurs. Then, using the "Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)," which was adopted last year in the United Nations as a means to solve this problem, we aim to do localization of global goal and solve the complex problem.